Hi, hope someone can help.
I recently purchased a SB Platinum Live soundcard so I could record 70 minute vinyl mixes digitaly from my Mini Disc player to the hard drive.
This has worked fine but now I have a CDR and want to burn the 70 minute mix onto CD. I have Adaptech Easy CD Creator which should do the task but it will burn the whole thing as one track where there are in fact 12 tunes on there.
So what I need to do is break the wav down to 12 components which will connect together without any gaps inbetween when they’re burned on the CD.
I had a quick go with the wav editor that came with the soundcard (Wave Editor??) but it’s a slow and non-user-friendly program. When I go to Cut the huge wav it then makes a backup of the original (4 minute wait) each time. I had a better one on the Amiga!!
So, basically, I need to know a real easy way to take a huge 70 minute wav, break it into 12 parts which can then be burned onto CD with no gaps between the tracks.
I’ll be grateful for any light you can shed.
P.S. I asked the chaps on the AudioForums site this question and got a few leads. Can any of you recommend something that’s free (~or that I can get for no money, ahem) that has this functionality?